Wiley’s antisemitic tweets spark 48-hour Twitter walkout
Posted on: 27 juillet 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

British artist Wiley had something of a meltdown on social media on Friday and Saturday, posting a series of antisemitic tweets and Instagram videos over a period of several hours.
Eventually his account on Twitter was temporarily suspended and many of the tweets removed, although a number of his posts are still live on Instagram at the time of writing.
Wiley has also been dropped by his long-term manager John Woolf of A-List Management, and also by his label’s distributor ADA.
“While Wiley controls and releases his music through his own label, he has a digital distribution agreement with ADA and we are terminating that agreement,” said the latter in a statement.
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Source: Music ally

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